Nobody on the phorum…\r\rpom 0]
cool, I really like the elasticity ( spelling <img src=http://www.ezboard.com/intl/aenglish/images/emoticons/ohwell.gif ALT=":"> ) of it \r:cool: \r8o
There is something wrong with that motion though… the left to right elastisity is not correct.
There’s something wrong, isn’t there ??? Thanks Upu for your vigilance (???). Actually, the equilibrium state is (0,100), so wherever you drag the thing, it will go back there. And you know what the worse things is ? It’s that I think that this is what would really happen if you tied a rock at the end of an elastic…\r\rpom 0]
… not sure what you mean Pom…
Bout what ? The equilibrium nonsense or the rock nonsense ?\rI’m just saying that the balls tends to go back to its original position as if it was the center of the elastic motion. OK, @#%$ it, I can’t explain it in english.\rAbout the rock thing, well, hue… We all get tired sometimes.\r\rpom 0]
See, now the equilibrium is in the center…\r\rpom 0]
OK, now it should work !!!\rpom 0]
wow pom, that’s pretty impressive
Maybe I should do a tutorial about that \r\rpom 0]
I didn’t know what it was about it that was “off”, before, but I do now… and it’s still “off” a little. I think that it should “orbit” more than it does… I’m not sure how to do that myself… but it seems that that would “feel” more correct to the effect… no?
Well, yeah… Man you’re tough with me… I’ll work on that if I get the chance… in two thousand years (sorry Lars, I don’t have a single minute !).\r\rpom 0]
OK, here’s what I can make. Is that what you were talking about, Upu ?\r\rpom 0]
yup… exactly… now that’s a very correct pendulum… sorry to be such a pain…